Geisinger Health System

By Tom Sullivan 01:21 pm February 25, 2014
Ubiquitous consumer engagement is a distant point on the horizon, but the U.S. healthcare system can get there, if we plot a proper course.
By Erin McCann 02:26 pm January 23, 2014
If improving patients' health matters, and your organization's bottom line is top of mind, then the notion of patient engagement should catch your attention.
By Neil Versel 12:00 am January 20, 2014
Healthcare organizations with long-established electronic health records run the risk of "note bloat" and compromised patient safety unless they standardize physician documentation procedures and limit the amount of cutting-and-pasting doctors have to do.
By John Andrews 12:00 am January 20, 2014
The long-term and post-acute care environment has an image of lagging far behind its acute care counterparts on information technology adoption. For the most part, that perception is true.
Even CIOs are thankful for (some) things
By Erin McCann 10:52 am November 27, 2013
It's a hard knock life being a CIO in the healthcare sector. Federal regulations have shifted IT teams' priorities away from their typical laundry list of day-to-day tasks. But, as responsibilities pile up and overtime hours accumulate, this year as Thanksgiving nears, even CIOs have something to be grateful for.
By Neil Versel 10:33 am November 22, 2013
Think parsing the growing amount of information in electronic health records is tough now? Just wait until genomic data starts showing up in EHRs.
By Bernie Monegain 10:53 am October 28, 2013
ECRI Institute Patient Safety Organization has unveiled a new health IT hazard reporting system that employs AHRQ common formats and a tested standardized taxonomy for health IT hazard information.
By Diana Manos 12:00 am October 20, 2013
He calls himself ePatient Dave – a universal name, and intended to be so, for he would like to represent the “voice of patient engagement.”
By Mike Miliard 11:09 am October 10, 2013
The National Institutes of Health has given a $2 million research grant to IBM, Sutter Health and Geisinger Health System as they partner to develop data analytics tools to help physicians detect heart failure sooner.
G. Daniel Martich, MD
By Neil Versel 10:33 am October 10, 2013
Healthcare organizations with long-established electronic health records run the risk of "note bloat" and compromised patient safety unless they standardize physician documentation procedures and limit the amount of cutting-and-pasting doctors have to do, attendees of CHIME's Fall CIO Forum heard at a session on Oct. 9.

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